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Full text of "The pioneers of Massachusetts, a descriptive list, drawn from records of the colonies, towns and churches and other contemporaneous documents"

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PIONEERS OF MASSACHUSETTS; 



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ADDITIONS AND.„CORRECTIONS V 



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PIONEERS OF MASSACHUSETTS, 



1901. 



TiiK work of Farmer, mentioned on page 3, 
Avas issued in 1829 ; that of Dr. Savage, was 
given to tlie public in 1(S62. 

Tlio tlrst word of tlie quotation from Brad- 
ford on page 6 is " opproljriously." 



ABBOT, etc., Edward, TaHnton, atba. 1643; 
4)ound liiniself a covcniiiit servant to llobert 
Nash, Boston, for 2 years, Jan. 15, 1650. [A.] 

ADAMS, John, of Concurd [son of Henry, 
Sen., of Hraintree?], liad power of attorney 
2o(I0)H;4» for collection of rents for Jolm 
Slieplieard of Braintree due upon lands lately 
in occupation of Jouatliau .Vdanis, living near 
Ballsbery, co. Somei-set, Kiig. [A.] 

Thomas, Chelmsford, d. July 20, 1688, a. 70. 
[Mdx. rec] 

ADDIS, William, Gloucester^ town officer, 
1641. Ch. Millicent (m. William Soutbmeade), 
Anne, (m. at Boston 24(U) 1652, Ambrose Dart;. 



ADFORT), Henry; June 29, 1C61, is the dale 
of baptism of thechildrcu. 

ALBEE, Benjamin; add children Hannah, bapc. 
16(6)1641, and Lydia, b. 14(2)1642. 

ALCOCK, Thomas, last line, first column, 
cliango 1634 to 1639. 

ALDEN; " Mr. John Alden, the antlent magi- 
strate of Plymouth, died Sept. 12, 1687." [S.] 

ALLEY, Philip, Salem, called to court In 1645, 
Add : Philip, 8hip-ma>ler, was lost at sea: his 

w idow m. Pitts. 1 ler nephew John Bundy 

petitioned May 31, 1C71, for possession of her 
house and land, clainiiii-i(^t"8lii!liad iTpmised 
the same to him whcuf .,e married his pre«^ 
wife with the advice/and consent of his aunt 
»nd Mr. AUey, her first husband. fMass. Arch. 
». 15. 31,] 



AMEE, etc. John; By wife .Martlia lie liad in 
Boston ch. John b. March 12, u:r,:i, Martha I.. 
Nov. 10, l(i55, William b. March 27, \G" . 
Martha b. Feb. 29, 1G59. Mary b. Oct. ^0, KICl, 
Remembrance, (son,) b. .March is. ICfl*, Uutli 
b. June 24, ItJCG, Joseph b.^eb. Id, I,aC4i/*;«t!v 
b. March 1, 167C John " .•Vme, ' s'aipwrij:hl,* 
v.ith wife " Anne," niortg. liouse ami land ." 
Dec 1C91 and gave deed of sale l:! Oct. [6K. 

ANDREW, ANDREWS, Samuel, Oieu befor. 
-Vug. 1, 14 Charles, whrn his widow reed, deed 
of 100 acres of land on the West side of Saco 
river in Maine, ou which her husband formerly 
built a house, etc. ; uoiitlrmed by the selectmen 
of Saco 2(!(4)1654. [York Deedii.]^ ShetiKy:^ 
ricd Arthur Mackworth : in a deed'Witfdto 
George Felt, Jr., (who had married her second 
husband's dan. Phillippe), she meutious her 
son James Andrews and licr dau. Purchas. 
[Norf. CO. Kec. IV, 75.] She diciy^jjj^((min in 
1676; beq. to dans. Puicl..^<!!f^,,,. wif,. ^ 
Abraham Adams, Rebeg'^;,, ^ife of Nathaniel 
Whorfe and William.'n„:;,.rs (in turn . ami a 
fggxth d&ujKhter, n»/,ae out given. 

ARMITAGE, Thomas, came with Hithard 
Mather; settled at Plymouth; fnu. 7 -Martli, 
1636-7. Rem. to Sandwich; deputy. 

APPLKTON, Samuel; note, his birth was in 
1586. 

ARNOLD, Richard, Winnlsimnui: he died, 
and admlu. of his est. Mas gr. Sept. ;;, 1033. to 
William Stitson. 

Thomas, " now sujiposetl to be In \i-w Eujs- 
land," niimtioficd in the will of his kinsman 
•^liTiMtfl ^^(^aSL Loudon, goKlMuilh, as the 
son of William T^t'S- XLVIII, 374.] 

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" \''i' 'Z/'"^'"^- of the petitioners to wliom the Gen. Court gave 

,r^i ' '"''' '^''"'' ^''^*'^*"'' ''• ^'°^'- ^'*' aitthority to begin that plantation C Sept. 1G38 

J04>>,in. John Vlnal). Rem. to Concord; bought land 20(3)1655, 9 

"bait ARn Mh -tt-nii.™ ^A ,., . T^,- June, 16G1, 3 (2) 1071,-" of Concord." Dan. 

liAL,LAKI), Mr. A\ illiam, add children, Eliza- mu^„ ■„ «,=. \v!iii„™ «r „ n i «^ /^. , 

i.-.u .... _» /..^ . ■ ... .. A Mary ni. first William wooilhcad, of Chelms- 



flold). He d. 10 July, 1689. 

BALCII, John; his son Freeborn testified in 
riscataqiia court 19 Aug. 1657, aged 23 years. 

BARROW, see Burroughs. 

BATEjIiaX, etc. John, sawyer, Boston, resi- 
dent, li;48. Wife Hannah adin. chh. 7 (3) 1648. 
_ V Cftr. 7«:i}i-,>):aib<int (10) \m, Hannah b. about 
(1) 1640. Elizabetli b. about (6) 1647, all l)apt. 
U (3) 1648; Sarah bapt. 7 (8) 1049, ae. about 
8 days. Sarah b. 6 (3) 1651 Ifarhel l)apt. 1 (4) 
1651, .>tary b. 1652, d. 1G54, William b. 8 March, 
1655, Joseph b. 21 Aus. 1658, Mary b. Sept. 4, 
1660. 

John B., of Boston, now resident in Hingham, 
made will Xov. 10. 1689, " being aged," prob. 
Sept. 10, 1600. Beq. to eldest son AVilliam and 
^8tt Joj*ei6 i^f they appear in N. E. to receive 
it : to four dails. Elizabetli Arnold, Sarah Eells, 
Rachel Ilolmau ami Mary Jones; to gr. ch. 
Samuel and Ilannali Holinan. Sons-in-law Sam- 
nel Eells of Hing. and Isa.ic Jones of Bo. execs. 



ITaTF., liATES, 
posed. 



rge; Joane Crocovr de- 



ruiclcnL-U of AVedmore, cv. Somerset, gave 
power of altorney 20 (7) 1650, to her bro. John 
T., of Wed., to collect legacy, left by her 
father. [A.] 

BLA('KT.EACH, John ; his wtfe was a dan. of 
Robert Bacon, who lived sometime in AVap- 
ping, afterward near Cree chnrcli in London; 
certificate of her health made 4 (5) 1&49. [A.] 

BRASIER, etc., Edward, his wife Magdalen 
was adni. c!ih. Char. 9 (6) 1656; hewasadm. 
29 (6) 1658. Ch. Thomas bapt. 29 (2.) 1660, 
Abigail b. is Dec. 1004. 



power 01 aiior 
of rents etc. at M, 



•10) 1649 for collection 
of rents etc. at M^jl^i^^ Uuderhill [Birtsmor- 
ton?] CO. Worcgt„ (•_i -, 



.„ ^ .„„ .v.,^-0 „., »..e governor 

in Dec. 1670; he deposed at that time, aged 
about 61 years; his son Thomas, Jr., deposed 
at the same time, aged about 19 years. [Mdx, 
flle».] Mary m. second, John Gove, of Cam- 
bridge. Tliomas B., Sen. was a member of a 
committee to divide certain Concord property 
26 March, 1675; [.Mdx. Deeds]; Ijut 20 Nov. 
1680,—" late of Concord, now of Cambridge," 
— he deeded his Concord lands to his son 
Thomas, Jr., and acknowledged the deed be- 
fore Randolph Dec. 6, 1087. He filed on March 
11, 1681-2, a list of lands which be Imd given 
to liis son Boaz before tl>e latter's marriage f 
John Gove was one of the witnesses. The son 

■ Jnbez, wlio remahied in Sudbni-y until the 
founding of Stow, in wlrich he joined with 
Boaz and otliers, deposed 6(2)1669, aged about 
25 years; lie ilied in 1692; his widow and son 
Thomas liad a letter from Gove, who called her 
" my sister Brown," and offered to sign their 
administration bond, Sept. 29, 1692. 

Thomas B., Sen's, death is not recorded. 
Only one person of the name is mentioned ii» 
Canib. town and church records for this period ; 
fined for nominal ottence with others 9 (12) 
1656; town officer 1600, 1603 and 1668; adm. 
chh. May 18, 1666,-cbildren bnpt. as stated in 
^ text. Having given lands to his older children, 

' Ije willed Ids remaining property to his second 
w-if.e and their children. 

BUNDY. John, see Alley. 

BULLARD, William, appoints "Sonnes Nath" 
BuUard & .Moses Colllar execnto™" of his will. 

BIJLLOCKE, Edward, was son of " Mr. Wil- 
liam B., late of Barkliam in Barlishire." [Dep- 
osition of Elizabeth Clements 26 (5) 1649 A.] 

BURTON", Edward; the record given under 
Thomas ^.-sljeloiya»io Edward. Aug. 3, 1682, 
-TwJJ'Uel Jolnvson, gWver, of Boston, for his 
wife Plioebe, second \dau. of the late E. B. 
of Hingham, sold her poVtion in certain lands, 
referring to Hannah, her^ ^dest sister, and 
Sarah the third dau. [Suff. D^:. VI, 323]. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



BUTLER, Stephen, Boston, proprietor 1U48. 
Ch. of Stephen and Jane : Benjamin b. 2 Aug. 
1653, Benjamin b. 10 Feb. 16o8, Isaac b. Oct. 9, 
1661, Isaac b. May 2<J, 1664, Jame!j b. Aup;. 2, 
1665, Isaac b. Aug. 10, 1667 ; Stephen and Tab- 
itha liad Stephen b. April 22, 1081. Stephen, 
blaclcsmith, died in 1717 ; bis " motlicr Tabitlia 
Butler" had certain articles that were her 
particular property reserved at tiie admin, of 
bis estate. 

BUTTON, Mathlas; erase from list of his 
children Thomas, Elizalieth, Mehetai)ei and 
Edward, who were transferred in the records 
from the family of his son-in-law Kdward 
Yeomans. He sued John Godfrey 13 (2) 165!), 
for " the flreing of his chimney, which caused 
the burning of my house and the death of my 
wife." [Es. Court flies.] 

CARTER, Richard; insert "He" in second 
Une, page 90, after 1641. 

CHAMBERLAIN, etc., Thomas; his wife 
"Mary" sold land in 1658. fMdx. Deeds]. 
William, planter; his wife Rebecca joined 
him in a deed of land 26 Oct. 1608. 

CHENEY, William; second column, flrst and 
second lines should read : 
1679-80. She rem. to Boston; d. 2 or 3 (5) 
1686 ; will prob. Sept. 23, 1686. 

CHESTER, Leonard, " arralger," [grave- 
stone]. "The Chesters arms" mentioned in 
the will of his wido%v. See Russell below. 

CLEMENT, etc., Mr. Robert, resident In An- 
dover, 1642; his dau. "Mary Osgood alia« 
Clemence," deposed 19 July, lfi»5, aged o8 
years; was of Coventry, co. Warwick, before 
l«52. (Es. De. X, 1*0; Reg. XIII, 272.] 

COBBET, «ev, Thomas, died Nov. S, 1886. 
£8.] 

COLBORN. WlUtam;; change "George" to 
John " BarreU." 

COLLIER, Thomas, with w!fe Jane^Aju. of 
-Curtes, late of Reading, r>^ b,;i«., eonil" 
tutcd her bro. John Curt/»» attornp. 9i „n^' 



,, , "^y '^" "y her grand- 

mother, Jane Alexander, of R. [a.J 



COLLl!^s, c:hristophal!>oy*<»^»rf:^^>tic.•»l with 
the " sb(f.;niaker " who Ijoiiglit land at Scarbo- 
ron;;h, Maine, 10 Jan. 165'.). His sou Timothy 
reniov»;d to Newbury, and Dec. 28. lfi->i\ sold 
lami-^t " Blew Point," i. e. ScarborougV 
rived from his father Christopher Collins. 

COOK, Walter; children recorded: Ebenezer 
b. May 30, 1656, Walter b. Sept. lu, 1657, 
Nicholas b. Feb. !», 1659; "a dau. of Walter 
and Experience Coolt " b. Nov. 9, 1662. Hannah 
ra. James Albee; Experience m. Peter Adams. 

CURTIS, Ricliard; Insert after Mary Badcocli 
anotiier daughter, mentioned in his will, 
namely " Martha Clarke." 

DALLIBEU,ctc., Tristram; add: See also the 
will of Robert Dalyl)^ -^f .'?tokt Ali'foCr.'ye^ 
man, f'.ated 20 March, 1632, i)rob. 27 .May, 1633 : 
he beq. to sons Robert, Trl.stram, Samuel and 
Joseph; daus. Mary, Sarah .iiid Rebecca; sons 
lu law Walter Burt and John Lesty ; and to 
" wife." [Reg. XLVlIi, 128.] 

D.\NE, John ; his son John wrote a narrative 
of his early life, whicli, with family piiUgrec. 
is given in Reg. VIH, 147-150. 

DARBY, DERBY, Edward ; add chlUlrcu MSr'jT 
b. Dec. 29, 1660, Priseilla b. June 2o, 1672, 
John and Sarah bapt. 8 (10) 1672. Is the tes- 
tator the same as tlie foregoini,'? Date of will 
should be i72i?. 

DARLOE, Penelope, specitie.-, ^fa mai.lservant 
to Robert Keaine when i^Mjgthtcd to the Church. 

I)A'.WlL'x.,T,:vV*^fc, l/ben ; " Robert Davoll 
of Sudbury, N. K," ma>le IKnry Rice of Lon- 
don ills attorney 19 (8) 1C50, to collect dues on 
lands called the Ilarrots in the parisli of [Nor- 
church] alias Barklmn.st.Ml In Mertfor.Uhlrc. 
[A.] 

D.VVIS, DA VIES, ric, Jan.es. HamMou; it 
was tlie toil .Amies \vlio deposed 14 (2j 1663, 
ae. about fio years. 

William, Uoxbnry. propr. I(U3. Wif,. Kliza- 

beth adin. ch., and children John, .Samuel and 

Joseph Impt 8 (11 j 1649; slie was buried May 

4, 1658; he mar. (tct. 2], l.;58, Alice Thorpe 

^^rhnjj^vldov^.^ohn, of Plymouth) ; she 



1667. He mar. third .la"**.'*'"' """' *''"'• 
chh. 8 (4) 1673; he ms adm.'*"*- " '" '»" 



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coinmimioiL<E.!if) /,2},16Z3. CliUdren, John b. 
Oct. 1, l.y-i, Samuel b. Feb. 21, 1644, William 
ami Eliz/licih bapt. 14 (i) 16G3, Mathew bapt. 
i* (11.^ 1603, Jonatliau b. Feb. 7, 1G66, Mary, 
.lay*-, Hachel b. Aug. 26, lfi72, — these tlirce 
- "i>apt. l.'i (3) 1673; Beujamlii bapt. 7 (4) 1G74, 
Icliabod b. April 1, 1G7G, Ebenezer b. April 9, 
1C78, William b. Jau. 3, 1679-80, Sarah b. July 
20, le.sl, Isaac b. April 18, 168S, Rachel, (m. 
JosialiGodclanl). 

He (lied 9 Dec. IGS.?; [Probate papers] ; will 
dated Dec. il, prob. Dec. 28, 1G83; heq. to wife 
(called .Jane in the papers) ; to his '• three 
eldest sons, John, Samuel and Joseph"; to 
sons .Matthew and Jonathan, when they come 
ti> ajje; to dau. Elizabeth a trunk that was her 
motlier-s and a liill of 12^ pounds. His age is 
/'^•;fKefr4S-j;i,i.veaM; Jaua specified in Box. and 
Boston. 



DEACON, alias FKAXCIS, John, of Lynn, had 
accounts with Gifforil in 1G53 etc. [Es. flics]. 
Is probal>ly the man who came iu 1635; cou-' 
slal)le, juryman, ser^^'eant. 

DEAC'iiX, DEAKIX. etc. "One Daliin and 
,hi.s wife dwellinj: near Meadford coming from 
Catlrijfulgrci where tliey had spent their Sab- 
b.ith," she narrowly escaped drowning while 
fording tl>e river; was saved by their dog. 
|VV.] liichard Eraneis, Cambridge, lived iu 
"lilia^^tj^it " 20 Dec. I'ido, wlien lie and " Ales " 
' his wife soUlS§:"^'- "'-' ''• ^^ Canib. "an an- 
tient and goodmiuN^'«ed,"— ae. 80 years." [S. 
and Md.x. Uec] ^V 

DEXXIS, William, in ids will speaks of soniu 
law " William rttnk' « " not I'arker. 

DL'XCAX, Xathaiiiel, mar. at Exeter, Eng., 
Eiizalietli .lordon ; license dated Jan. 3, 1G16-7. 

DYEK, Ge<irge, his wife Abigail was a member 
of the church In earliest list— before 1639. 
Query : had she died and had he mar. as a sec- 
ond wife Martha, formerly wife of Edward 
White, iiud mother of James W., whom lie 
calls in his will " son in law " ? 

EAGLESFIELD, Mar>^,^-^^^;^f.^^^-J5^,*J^ 
anna, dau. of Thon.a^r^^^j Katharine (Myles) 
(irey, of Ha.wicl^^^, ^^-^ g^g Coytmore. 



EATON, Francis; read "child Samuel, an In- 
fant," etc. 

ELIOT, etc. " : 

Essex, husbandman, bachelor, aged about 22, 



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of London Oct. 20, 1624, her widowed mother 
consenting. [Printed Kec] 

FARNHAM, Ralph; came in the year 1636 ; his 
son Ralph mar. Elizabeth Holt. The father d. 
8 Jan. 1692-3; inv. filed March 29, 1893. 

FALCONER, FAULKNER, etc., Edmond; he 
made Wm. Twisse, of Andover, his attorney, 
2(6)1630, to collect legacy from the estate of 
his father Richard Falconer, late of Kings- 
cleare, co. Hampshire. [.-V.] 

FITCH, Richard, see Reg. XVI., 367. 

GETCIIELL, Samuel, ch. Samuel b. 8. Feb. 
1657. 

GLOVER. Rev. Josse, came from Sutton, co. 
Essex, Eiig. ; his windmill at Lynn was sold by 
trustees for the benefit of his children 22 (3) 
1645. [Suff. De. I, 77.] 

GOOKIN, Daniel, at his death was "agetl 75 
years. [Co. rec] 

GOULD, Samuel, Haverhill, propr. 1650. 

GUEENOUGH, William, Boston, made will 
July 24, 1G78; beq. to wife; to dau. Elizabeth 
land next that of " brotlier Cooke " ; land where 
kinsnion William Greenough lives; and land 
bounded by that of " couzen Sumner; to dau. 
Mary G. and to " cOuzen William Greenough." 
Prolj. 18 Feb. by Mrs. Elizabeth G., who, as 
" Prout, late Greenougli," filed inv. 22 May, 
168G ; as sucli she also reed, property from the 
estate of " her father, Nicholas Upshall." It 
was the nephew William wlio mar. liutli Swift 
and later mar. Elizabeth, dau. of elder liaius- 
ford, whose records became intertwined with 
^•\2S of\ue*pl5^?eer. Childi-eu Mary, Anna, 
"Luke, AVilliam, j'oJiu, Samuel and Consider 
were of the youugefkuian, who died Aug. 6, 
1693. \ 

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HAIT, HKTT, HITT, etc.. Thomiis. of Hull, 
late of Stocktnsl»tn. co. Liiicnlii, Eng.. sent 
power of attorney thitlier 10(7)1047, for col- 
lection of rents. [A.] 

HALL, Edmund, should be HULL. 

HASEY, IIALSEY. ASEV. etc., William, add 
child .Joseph, baptized as " of Wm. Asey's 
wife." 2S(+)1C57. Williaiii ll.asey mar. second, 
Judith, widow of Jonathan Poole; she survived 
blni and mar. afterwards Lieut. Kobcrt Gould, 
of Hull, and there died in 1704. [See deed of 
Juditli, in possession of heirs of the late Robert 
Gould.] The Judith mentioned in article on 
page 217 Is the dau. of Richard Jacobs and 
wife of William II., Jr., on whose estate she 
adinin. in 1(195. 

HARBOUR, John; see article on Ben]. Scott 
for marriage of the widow. 

HEARD, HERD, etc., Luke, may be the .son of 
Edmund Herd, weaver, of Claxton, Eng., who 
l>e<i. his best loom and other things to Ins eldest 
sou Luke, at 21 years of age, in his will of Nov. 
20, 162G. [Reg. LI., 423.] 

HILL, illLLS, Joseph; his wife Helen, not 
Hose, Av.is sister of Mr. Henry Punster. 

Zebnlcin. deposed Feb. 7, l(i.S4-5, a-, about (U 
years. [Es. l)e. IX, 8.] 

HILTON. William, Junior, is the Newbury 
resident, we judge; not William, Senior, who 
made his home at I'iscataqua river. 

HOLT, Nichrlas, " disli-turner," with wife 
Martha, sold land to his second son Henry 15 
Dec. IGsl. Ilonry ra. Feb. 24, 1661), Sarah, dau. 
of William Ballard. 

HULL, Rev. Joseph, removed to York. MV. and 
WHS settli.'d a.-i their minister in ii',i'>. [W.] He 
and Roger Garde measured land for .Mr. God- 
frey 5 May, lfi44; his wife .\gncs witnessed a 
deed with him in 1645. [York Deeds.] 

IXGALLS. see will of Robert Ingolls, of Skir- 
beck, cu. Lincoln, Eng. in Reg. L., p. 72. 

JACKSON, Richard ; erase " Wra." in last line. 

JOHNSON, Francis, 8ccir^'*'i-> V_'' . .Tioi 

Johnson," who die ' ' "^ 

■■ aged Ijetween 86 and Ob." f: 



KENDRICK, KEXRICKE. Johjj^ Boston, had 
grant .j 'laiit' <>t >fn.tit.-'KTvtf, Breton, for 4 
heads, Jjf 10) ir.:i'.). X.B. Tins was eiVoneously 
copied and printed in the Boston Record Com- 
mlss'oners' volume as " llemlcke, ' aiitj foi- 
Io\red by the compiler in former statemenl.- >» 

KIMBALL, Kichaixi, died 22 June, 1675. 

KNIGHT, Alexander, married shortly before 
10 Oct. KUO. Anne, dau. of William Tutty, 
gent., of St. Stephens, Colman street, London, 
Eng., who beq. to her in his will, proli. 9 Jan. 
1640. [Reg. XLVIIL. 142.] 

John, Newbury, m. 2, Ann, widow of R. 
IngersoU. John Jr. d. in Feb. 1677-8. 

LAW, William; eritse statement that his'tlrst 
wife was •• widow of ,Authony^Saddler/;>v^fef 
applies t.n her sister.' 

LEWIS, John, of Tenterden and Scituate; the 
christian name of Mr. Bishop, formir husband 
of .Vlice. i.s not Nathaniel, and is not known to 
the writer. The date of the deed is 1669. 

LOBDELL, Nicholas, (javc letter of attorney 
38(4)1648 for .settlement of an account with. 
Nathaniel Peck, of Barbadoes; one bill dated 
4 Feb. liiM. [A.] , - ._--' 

LORD, p. 2114. he.idin;{ to tirst column, should 
be LOWELL. 

LUXFORD; "goodwife Luxforil wris /u ir }, ..! 
Sept. I. 1691." [S.] ^f^ '--..V, 

LYON. etc. ; change •• Frj^ .. ^^ p,.,,„„^^ 

M.ASVING, .Willl,,m Atl.er and son wer.. 
often confused in r-irords. Hannah, dau. of 
William, Senior, having a .-hild recorded at 
Braintreeas born in 1651, cannot be the clii Id 
born at Cambridge in 1642. Tliis Hannali and 
all the children rciiistered at Camb. were of 
William, Jr. 

.MANSFIELD, John; see will of John Mans- 
Held, Es<|.. dated 13, prob. 31 July, ion. re- 
corded in Woodliiill, 47. [Keg. XLVI, 324.] 

MARKi.V, MERIAN, etc., John, page 300, re- 
moved from Witcrtown to Boston; eiilldren 
given on page .111 belong to this jiirson. viz. 
loin, l.n.,t ■>., ,,o, 1<;51, .,,,,1 i^„,,^. ,, j^ij ^,,j 

'cdin Maryon, lln- eld.T. 

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to collect wb»t was due him from the estate of 
his fathcr/lsaacM.ria^e of SU-bbhi, co- Essex, 
Eng. [aV 

MAVERICK, Uev. John, was rector of Bea- 
V'^rrthy Aug. 80, 161,-i; i-eslgne<i ; his succes.sor 
was instituted March 24, lf>29. [Reg. 44, 214.] 

-MAYHEW, see MAHEW. 

MAYOW, Francis, of Charlestown, sent letter 
of attorney 22 (8) 1650, to Mr. John Smith, 
minister, of Great Dunmow in Essex, Eng., to 
collect legacy from tlie estate of John Cliaire, 
late of London. [A.] 

MERRITT, MERRICK, John, mar. 3 (2) 1G55. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Wyborne, q. v. . 

MfLLETT, Thomas ; the surname was dropped 
out of tlie form ; he therefore appears under 
Miller! 

MOORE, John, Mendon, signed a statement 
concerning a cow and provisions delivered to 
Capt. Henchman May 1, 1676; was " abont 95 
years old." [Arch. 70]. 

William,of Ipswich; will dated 14 Aug., 1660, 

prob. 2G Sept., 1671, beq. to dans. Mary Powell, 

■Elizabeth More and Rutli Robye and her eldest 

daughter; lo sons Thomas, and (eldest) 

William. 

NICHOLLS, not NICHOLAS, Elizabeth, came 

ODLIN, John, "Si'ie of the first Inhabitants 
of Boston, the oldest save the governonr;" 
[Sewall.] [Reg. VI, 7*^ O^ 

ORMSBY, Ulcharil. removed to Rehoboth. 

I'.ADLEFOOTE, Jonathan, Cambridge, men- 
tioned in the inventory of Nath. Sparrow- 
hawke in 1647 : he Imnght land in Camb. of 
Edward Winsliip 30 (3) 1640; sold his -share 
in Billcrica lands in 1650; administration of 
his estate was granted 1 Oct. 1661, to his widow 
Mary for herself and 4 small children. 

PARKER, John, Woburu; toife Mary married 
third, Thomas Chamberlain. 

Kev. Thomas, Newbury; Lccliford says he 
was son of "Robert Parlis.,'i3SiV„"lt8Vof"W"il- 
ton, CO. Wilts, authfyof De Pollteia Eccles- 
iastlca." [L.,PjJ.] 



PARTRICH, PARTRIDGE, George, tailor, 
Duxbury, juror 2 March, 1635-6; house-lot of 
30 acres granted him Oct. 6, 1636; mar. Sarah 
Tracy In Nov. 1638; bought land XV Aug. 
1639; had grant of land with meadow " hy his 
father's" 2 Nov. 1640; grant recorded previous 
was to Steven Tracy. N. B. this entry led the 
compiler to suppose that George was son of 
the minister. Rev. Ralpli Partrlch; but later 
researches, made at the instance of Mrs. Ed- 
ward C. Chatfteld, lead to the conclusion that 
such was not the case, and leave the origin of 
George unknown. 

Atba. 1C43; frm. 2 June, 1046; constable; 
took oath of fidelity in 1667; e.\cise officer 
June 3, 1662; mentioned in list of '-ancient 
freemen and servants " to whom land had been 
granted, before 1062; juror Dec. 6, 1673. 
Will dated 29 June, 1682, prob. 16 Oct. 1C95, 
and inv. tiled same day. Req. to wife Sarah; 
dau. Marcy to have as much as other dans, al- 
ready married have had; gr. dau. Bethla Allen, 
eldest son John P. and son James P. . " la 
case any estate belonging to me, beyonnd sea 
should be brought over heitlier," his wife 
should dispose of It among the children. 

PEAKE, William, In his will bequeaths to grand- 
children Dependance and Remembrance Luce. 

PERKINS, William, called " gent." in a deed 
of which abstract is given by Lechford. 

PHILLIPS, William, Charlestown and Boston; 
lieutenant, captain, major. He made William 
Phillips, of Badlam, shoemaker, his attorney 
for collection of accounts in Eng. 10 (12) 1648. 
[.v.] His son John died in Aug. 1657. Bought 
land at Saco, Me. and removed thither. Carried 
on a large amount of business In mills, trading 
and real estate. Returned to Bo. about 1676; 
died In 1682-3; will dated Feb., prob. 29 Sept. 
1683, beq. .to wife Bridget, (who was third, 
not second wlfo,> sons Samuel and William, 
and daus. Mary Feild and Elizabeth .\lden. 

PICKERING, John, made Thomas Potter, of 
Childesmone, Eng. his attorney 25 (8) 1050, to 
take possession of a house in Coventry in his 
name. [A.] 

PINGREE, PENGRY, Aaron and Moses, of 
Ipwictf, i^'; £., made Thomas Pengry, Sen., 
-oif Colchester, Eiig., their attorney for collect- 
ing of rents In Upton Bishop, co. Hereford, 
Eng. 15 (8) 1660. 



AUDITIONS AND CORBBCTIOXS. 



POLE, POOLE, " willow Jane dleil at Uiver 
House In Boston Sept. 9, 1690." [S.] 

PRENCE, Thomas ; insert comma after name 
of tlrst daughter, Hannah. The fjllowiuit 
heirs, directly or throufili their attornies, sold 
land of his estate June 10, lC7(i; Susanna 
Prenoe, single woman, at Catherine Gate neare 
the Tower in London; Capt. John Freeman in 
l)ehalf of his wife Marcye: Jonathan Sparrow 
and his wife Hannah ; Nicholas Snow and his 
wife .lane; Jeremiali Howes and Sarah his 
wife; Jolin Tracy and Mary hU wife; and the 
widow Mary Ptence. 

PKINCE, Thomas, Gloc., deposed 17 (7) IG64, 
me. al)ont iS years. 

QUINSEY, QUINCY, Mr. Edmund, lauds 
bounded out in 1635. 

RE.\D, etc., Robert, was lost in a vessel whitli 
sailed from Hampton, N. H., Oct. 80, 1GS7. 
Goods and lauds appraised 2» (8) lGo7 and 5(1) 
1657-8. 

William, of Boston and Woburn, the refer- 
ence coBoerniag his will should read Keg. 
XLVIII, 381. 

KE.41)ING, REDDING, Tlionias, removed to 
East Saco, Maine, and afterward to Casco Ray ; 
took oath of allegiance to M.iss. govt. 5 July, 
1653. He died before 10 March, 1G78, when his 
widow Elinor sold land, referring to a mort- 
gage he had given in 1072. John R. of Wey- 
mouth, Jftseph Donell, of C'a,sco Bay, wUh Ruth 
his wife, and John Taylor, of Boston, conveyed 
their rights in another tr.^ct which Hie widow 
sold In 1090. [York Deeds.] 

KEMICKE, Jolin; error In copying and print- 
ing records of Boston for KKNUICKE, q. v, . 

REYNER, Rcr. John, made will 19 .^prll, 1659 ; 
prob. Iiy widow Frances 30 June, 16G9; beq. 
to wife laud at Gildersoinc in the parish of 
Batly, CO. of York, Eng., itc. ; to children 
John, Elizabeth, Dorothic, .Vbigail ami Judith ; 
to son Jachim, of Kowly, and dan. Hannah, 
wife to Job Lane, "a cop I had with tiicir 
mother," etc. 

REYNOLDS, WilUam, rem^vea to-^ape'i"-- 
poise. Me.; took oath oyf allegiance 5 Jnly- 
1653. Ferryman at Keui^buncke river, to have 



3 pence a passenger. With wife Alice deeded 
land to sou Jobn^.Af!ril i:i\' HHy tonditioual 
upon Ills care of the parents for their /ile-tinie. 

RICHMOND, Mr. John, a sta-captain trading 
on 'he coast of Maine, sued in court at Vork 
Feb. 7, 1G3G, for wages due for labor i>erformed"" 
l)y a servant he had let out. Compare with the 
following. 

John, Senior, Taunton, died Marcli 30, 10G3- 
4, aged 70 years. Will dated U Dec. 1603; 
eldest son John and his sou Tlionias ; VDunger 
son Edward and his sonEilward; s.m in l.iw 
William I'anle and .Mary his wife; s.«n in law 
Edward Rew and Sarah his wife. [Ko - '' " 

180.] 

RIDDLESDEN, Marie; her age was 17, not 
27, in ship list. —V"' 

RING, widow Mary ; Insert in her will ■ daugh- 
ter Susan." 

RIX, HICKS, REX, William, weaver, planter, 
son of Rol)crt, of Kenniugliall, co. Norfolk, 
grocer, sold patrimony 31 iG) 1040. to sister 
Elizabeth Waters, of K.. widow. ('Dntracled 
for the bnilding of a house in Boston same day. 
[L.] Wife Grace adui. chh. 7(1) 1040. Ch. 
Elisha b. G (G) 1045, bapt. 8 (1) 1040, Mary b. _ 

4 (1) 1G46, Ez-eklel b. 30 Nov. 1050, (T.'ir (Vf)' 
1658, Jolin, (admin, on estates of bro. Elisha 
and sister Mary in .May, 1072,) Tii^inias, (part- 
ner with John 14. and Andrew Xewi-omli In a 
ho4ise and land in Uo. 

Hcd. 13(9) IC57. 

ROBERTS, Ifcigh, Ro-xl^y „.,„, ^.,_,, ^^^ 
20,10,^0: child - bapt. -^^Jj ,g_-^ 

.•<iohu, Roxifflrj' ; Tf.'/fs record says • ■■ .j.,|,n 
Roberts lie came to New Enu'land hi tli.- yrari- 
(IG30) he brought with him his al^'ed in.itli.T. 
wife and seieii cliihlren : Thomas i Edw.inl 
sons Elizabeth. .Margery, Jones, .\l.-.-, Ll,|,.a. 
Ruth, Del)orn!i. dan-liters, he was ouo of the 
tlrst fruits of Wal.^ y< caim- to N. E. calle ti> 
Christ by the miiii-^try of y' Ueveiid ,< worthy 
instrum' .Mr. Wroih." 

The John Rol. rts who ilie.1 in Boston and 
whose adin. is given on page .180 Is a .liir..Tent 
person; the brotlierto whom refer.ucc is made 
Is Samuel Robhw of Salisbury, wlio died br- 
twe,iilGG5 and :072. sUtIng in his will that he 

was-soii'o, -J^i)??'''"* "' Thldingwortl;. 

Leicestershire, Eng. *" ", 



ADDITIONS AND COKRECTIONS. 



We find UP ftirthcr particulars of the Kox- 
iniry miiiyf the'ileafil'of'nViRMithcr is fflvenoii 
paije 3sy. 

ROBINSON, John, Haverhill, gave a leUer of 
aAtorney 17 (8) 1G30, for collection of \c^^Ccy 
left by his father John Robinson, blacksmilh, 
'if Mapersall, CO. Bedford. ]A.] He removed 
to E.xeter, N. II.; deposed 2fi June, KJGI, ae. 
about 45 years. [Pise, court flies.] died in 
1075. Wife Elizabeth and son David survived. 

UOl'ER, Walter, resided at Hampton some- 
time: propr. in lfi41 ; selectman, 1644; child 
-Mary bapt. .Vilij. 22, 1641; sold house in 1647 
aud rem. to Topslield. 

IIOYAL, William; it was Margaret Greene 
"* ^M-hfT W*!i,.''-seuo;ui wife of Samuel Cole, of 
Boston." 

RL'SSELL, .Jolin, Cambridse, clerk of writs, 
!04.^, With Joliu R. .Ir. witnessed a deed of 
land 4 Nov. KUG. [Col. rec] It is claimed by 
certain eminent historians that he is tlie man 
who resided at Wethersfleld, Conn., and later at 
Hadley, 5Iass., wiiere his son John (grad. 
rinrv. Coll. 1645), was minister. If this be 
""v.. the cast' tlie Woburn man is a different person. 
The widow of tlie latter deposed 20 (8) 1G80, 
ae. 66 years. 

Ricliiird, merchant, " formerly of Bristol, 
Eng." [.v.] Ills widow Mary, widow of Leon- 
■'XnWtCStCy- "ii'^''^ "ill 20 Nov. 1G88, prob. Oct. 
1, 1080; beq^'tp *-'''■ Capt. John and Stephen 
Chester, of Wetftt^rs'li-'W. Conn.; to Dorcas, 
wife of Rev. S. Wli^""g. "f Billerica; the ch. 
of doc. dau. l'nidene^Rj''^''cll, viz. T.homas, 
Mary and I'ludence U. ; to Mary " my silver 
wiu^ cup marked m' u" '' "■"'^ '" l^rndence my 
silvi-r plate with llio Chesters arms on it"; to 
sons in law Jaine:s llnsseli and Capt. Richard 
Spraij'ue. 

SALISBURY, SALSBERY, SALSBURY, 
SOLSBURY, William, Dorcliester, 1W8 ; one 
of the herdsmen of the town cattTie; rem. to 
"Milton ; signedagrcement of inhabitants about 
parsonage laud 1h May, 1664. He deposed 12 
(3) 1C56, ac. about 34 years. [Arch. 38 B, p. 
lW-3.] 7 May, 1077, Susanna liis widow was 
adm. to full com. in Dorcii^cliji^j she was d\?- 
niissed to Milton clih. ,i/"('7) lesT'^Ch. Wil- 
iaiii b. II (6) 165^ Al)igail, Elizabeth, Sus- 



anna b. 27 (2) 1662 ; these four owned the cov- 
enant 1 (5) 1677; Samuel, Cornelius, Hannah 
and Joseph were bapt. same day. 

Me died before 25 Aug. 1675, when adminis- 
tration was granted to the widow ;she d. about 
11 Nov. 1084, when her eldest son William "of 
Swansey " was made admin, of her estate 
and his father's. Signature to bond " William 
Salsbery." 

SANKEY, Robert, rem. to Saco, Me. ; died 
before 1642. [York Deeds.] 

SAVAGE, SAVIDGE, Henry, Haverhill, 
propr. 1644 : rem. to Portsmouth, N. H. 

SAUNDERS, Edward; one of this name was 
agent for Capt. Francis Champernowne iu New 
Hampshire in 1644. 

John, Ipswich, rem. to Hampton, N. H., 
after>vard to Wells, Me. 

SEDGWICK, Robert, mar. a dau. of Mr. Wil- 
liam and Dorothie Blake, of Andover, Eng. ; 
reed, a legacy from Jane, widow of Richard 
Blake, and another from Mrs. Martha Blake, 
6 (12) 1650; paid out of the latter 3 pounds to 
Mrs. Dorothie Smith. [A.] 

SIIAAV, Abraham, town olflccr before 1040. 
propr. 1644; removed to Portsmouth, N. H. 

SHEPARD, etc. John, carpenter, of Bi-aintree, 
witli wife Margaret, dau. of Henry Squire, late 
of Kinweston, near Sinnertou, iu Somerset- 
sliire, gave letter of attorney 25 (10) 164i) to 
John Adams of Concord to receire dues for 
lands lately in occupation of Jonatliau Adams, 
living near Ballsberry, co., Soni. [.\.] 

SHERMAN, see wills of English relations in 
Keg. L. and LI. 

SLEEPER, Thoilias ; the land which he bought 
of Lawsou is proved l)y the bounds given to 
be at Hampton. [Sufl'. De. 1, 01.] 

SMITH, John, of Hamptoii, afterward of Nan- 
tucket, made will 14 Feb. 1670; beq. to sons 
John and Samuel all his land on Nantucket, 
they to pay to their sisters Deborah and Abi- 
gail 5pt>unds anjece; land at " Martins Vinc- 
;ard" to son PhilV- not^ t'^en in good health; 
wife Deborah executrix, and friends Mr. Tho- 
mas Mayhew and Th6mas Macy overseers. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



STEWAKD, J«nies, came in the Fortune to 
Plymontli in 1C21 ; had laud assigned in 1623. 

STILEMAN, Elias, Sen. wa8 licen.sed Juu- 
keeper at Salem 3 Sept. 1G35. lie transacted 
ranch business In lumber etc. at I'iscataqua. 
See letters in Es. court flies IX. 150-3. lie d. 
before Nov. 7, 16G2, when the inv. of his estato 
was flied ; his widow Judith sued Rich. Hutch- 
inson in Nov. 1663 for her thirds in certain 
land which had been sold. •• Danmris Mans- 
! field the daughter of our brother Stilemau," 
. was baptized at Salem March 30, 1603. [Keg. 
XXVIII, 206 and LI, 346.] 

Richard, rem. to Portsmouth, N. H. about 
165"; Jan. 1602, he deposed, le. 51 years. [Ea. 
files]. Ch. Mary h. Jan. 6, 16.">7 (m. Xathaniel 
Fox). Elizabeth b. -May 8. [165«] (m. John 
Jordan), Richard b. March 30. 1867-8. 
{ He d. Oct. 11, 1678. 

STOnDAUO, Anthony, "the antlentest shop- 
keeper in town." [S.] 

STONE, John, flsherman, mariner, was from 
Chiilcoclce, Dorset, and certificate of his health 
and that of his wife Joan was taken 25(10) 
1C49. [A.] 

SWAVNE, Elizabeth, (p. 442,) came in the 
I " Susan and Ellen." 

' SYMONDS, SI.MONS, Henry, was one of the 
members of " tlie church wliich was iiatliered 
at Lynn for Long Island." [L., V. 1).] 

TAYLOR, George, Lynn, made will Dec. 20, 
1605, prob. ;!1 March, 106.S; beq. to wife Eliza- 
beth all Mxcept a legacy to servant Joseph Farr. 

TILLIE, Tir.LY, the Boston midwife here 
mentioned was Alice, wife of William. [Col. 
Ree. 11 .May, 1047, and 2 and 4 .M:>y, 1641).] 

TIXKIIAM, TINCUM, Ephraim, had a land 
grant at I'lyniouth. Resided at Dnxbury In 
. 1647. 

TUTTELL, TUTTLE, Richard; his widow m. 
2d, Mr. Edward Holyol<c, and sohl property 
with him 8 Sept. 1648. [Suff. I)e. I, 142]. 



his AJlii^ai^.i'J.v- 

He Mas a son of 



VASSALL, AVilllam, ma.iy |,|; AJUf ai^.H.'.V- 
1055, prob. IJ. June, 165^ He ^ya^ ^ ^„„ „"jt 
John Vassall. gent., marijiior. ca|>tain and owner 
of 2 ships in the Jleet jigainst the .Irmada, by 



his secorrf nlfcj Anna.Uu8ki>J.',<irftf ^as born at 
Stepneyi Mdx"., 27' Aug. 1592. He m. Anna, 
dan. of r.eorge KInge, of Cold Norton, co. Es. ; 
mar. Ucensc June 'J, 1613. 

VEAZIE, etc., William, Hralntree, made Henrv"'' 
Newban, of Calcot in co. Rullaiul, and Eliza- 
beth Veaxie his attornies 3(11)1049 to take 
possession for him of a house in Cumlev, co. 
Leic., now lu possession of Edward Wallis. 
[A.] 

WAIT, Gamaliel; Sewall, in recording his 
death at the age of 87, says that he had •' lately 
had several new iseth." 

WARD, Samuel, Hingham, sold one eighth of 
the bark Sea Flower i;?^ Aug. 1649. [^.J . ^-- 

W.'.LKER. Robert, In mentioning his decea.se 
Sewall says — '• a very good man." 

WARE, WEARE, WEYR, Nathaniel. Hav<r- 
hill, propr. 1645; dan. Hester m. 1(9)1647 
Renjamln Sweet, of Newbury ; Nathaniel [his 
son] b. about 1631, m. Dec. 3 or 30, 165c!. Eliza- 
beth, dan. of RichaM Swain, of llrunptou: 
John, [his son?) <1. at Newb. Oct. 13, 1053. ^ 

WEBB. Hicliarcl, -'of Milton, near Sittinir- 
bourne, co, Kent, cordwalner, l)ailicliir, about 
21. and Joan Ashfold, of Itrenzit. maiden, 
alxnit IS, (liiugliler <>r 'riiomas Ashfulil^Jj^ij'^^^f 
the same parisli. Jurat, deeeasiM^r-^j^^^^. ^^^ ^j^^ " 
government of her mother J;:„j„ .\slif,ild, as is 
teslilled by her son TIk^,,.^ Ashllel.l." had 
license from the bisl^,, „{ Cant, rlmry t,. 
UVarry, Nov. lii; 162^/ to be at St. M.ir.v lire- 
din's, Canterbury. Kieharil Welih and .Mary 
Rowlett, of St. .Martiir», Cant, hati license tci 
marry IKc. 28, 1033. 

WHALE. Elizabeth, third Mife of I'liilenion, 
was widow ..f Hn^'h Oriflln. as staled in the 
will of JidiM .Moore, Sen., whose wife Eliza- 
beth was evidently a dau. of Whale. 

WHARTON, Edward, was sued In Pis.:itar|na 
court 111 1042 anil 1044. Came toeonrt .•{o.Iinie. 
1003, "to bear witness to the truth" as he 
said: the Jui'ge- ordered him plae.d in ih,. 

sTocksTt.';.',. to1::H>!' '" ''"" "" v»-,'Hboud 

Quaker," and ha.l him pas^'' .•"'■'"" '••;;'^'»'''« '" 
constable to Salem, " his llaUi'l"""' ' 






...;•■ 1* 

^ * * 



?^'/-. '■ * * » Vv- "^ ^>>* '^ 



fW'^^,' 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



WHEELWK165.T>Rev. John; his.4tu. Mary 
m. 1, Edw(i(rd Lloyd or Lide, 2, Theodore Atkin- 
son. / 

WH;?i'ELER, Joseph, Concord ; Elizabeth wag 
'"ue first wife and Sarah the second. 

Tliomas, of Sandwich, co. Kent, Eng., 
bought land in Sandwich 30 March, 1647, of 
George Crlspe, of Plimouth, planter. [A.] 

WHITCOMB, John, Sen., died 24 (7) 1662. 
Agreement was made 2 Oct. 1662, between the 
heirs, namely the widow, Frances, and child- 
ren John, Jonathan, Job, Josiah, Abigail and 
Mary. The widow died 17 (.3) 1671. It was 
Jolw, Jr., who died April 6, 1683. 

_\^HIPPLE, elder John, Sen., deposed28 March, 
1665; Bs. about 60 years.- [Es. files. ] 

WHITE, John, of Muddy River, deposed 8 
June, 1676, aged " Sixty od years." [Arch. 
106, 211.] 

WHITING, Rev. Samuel, was born 20 Nov. 
1597. 

WHITTAKER, WHITHARE, etc., Abraham 
" Whlthare," of Manchester, deposed 24 (9) 
1663; was " about threescore years old"; his 
wife Mary also deposed, se. about 30 years. A. 
"Whittlker," of Haverhill, with wife Eliza- 



beth, se. about 29 years, deposed 27 (4) 1664 
about what John Godfrey said in his house ; 
sold land 2 Sept. 1671, which he had bought 
of his father in law, William Simmons; wife 
Elizabeth consented. 

WILLIAMS, Rev. Roger, was re-baptized at 
Providence by Holy man In 1637, after which he 
re-baptlzed Holyman and ten others. [W.] 

WISWALL, John, " elder, died Aug. l«, 1687, 
SE. 86." [S.] 

WOODBRIDGE, Rev. John, "died March 17, 
1604-6, se. 80." [S.] 

WRIGHT, Edward, deposed in April, 1669, k. 
about 34 years. [Mdi. flies.] 

WYBORNE, Thomas ; In his will Insert daugh- 
ter Elizabeth Merritt and her dau. Deborah; 
sons Thomas and James W. executors. 

VEOMANS, Edward, resident at Haverhill In 
1652 ; child Edward b. 6 May, 1657. Elizabeth 
Yeomans, widow, mar. 9 May, 1662 [1663?], 
Edward Kilby. Children of Edward Yeomans 
b. In Haverhill, Mary b. 4 (11) 1653, Thomas b. 
6 (9) 1657, Elizabeth b. 10 June, 1659, Edward 
b. 6 Feb. 1663. [Es. co. flies.] Erroneously 
placed in list of Matthias Button's children in 
the text. 




ThP references to A, B.'c, etc., are to divisions of the Additions and Corrections; A extends 
to Brasler! B to Cook, C to Eliot. D to Lyon. E to Uix. F to Shaw. G to Veazle. H to Yeomans., 



INDEX TO PLACES OUTSIDE.' OF THE STATE. 



376 Bishops Stortford, 
S23 

22 Bites well, . . . 

292 Black Tolnt, . . 

•— - Blaekwall, . . 



129, Capd-torpolsc, Poipiis, 

i:i7 258,310, F. 

139 Carrick Fcrsiis, . 409 

♦70 Casco Bay, 110, 163, 393, 

122 474. K. 

335, Castle Bro 

499 Caveiullsh, . . . 201 

380 Cavcrsliaiii, . . . 397 

448 ChafUllowooil. . . 424 



nover, 6,25,2.11,^04^307, 

320, 324, 337. 300, °*i. 

379, Sy*, 454 



Aginondsl.am, . . 248 4'J9 Caveiu lUh, . . . 

Al.lerman Bury, 125. 293 Blyborough, . . . 3«0 Cavcrshan., . . . 

Aldredffe • ■ • 616 Boddington, ... 448 Chaddlowowl. . . 

Alfortl 100, 176, 249, 250 Borani, Boreham, 68, 202, Chalfont St. Giles, 

Amesbury. . • 89,208 211 Clmnnlngton, . 

Anckstrey. ... 483 Borsconge, ... 430 Clmtliam 

Andover, . 333, 512, F. Boston, 0, 19, 59, 07, 82, Cl.alsmn, . . . . 

ADDlev ... 82 107,119,120,241,284, Chelmsford,. . 

AWcck. 143.413.485 __ 285.494.514 Chester . . . 



Dowiie, . . 
Downs, The, 
Downloii, . 
Droitwicli, 



. . 481 

. . 197 

120, 399 

. . 507 



Arnold .... 489 Bow 09, 214 Chesthmit, 

Ashford . . 8S. 431 Boxford 402 Chew Magiii 

Ashton Clinton. . 60 Boxstead 242 Chichester, 

A88in"ton . . 226. 390 Braddciihain, . . 34 ChickPcH, . 

Attlelnirv, ... 441 Braiiktry ."iOl Chidcocke, 

AnsterlWld ... 03 Branton, . 117,138,209 Childesnione 

Axiuouth, .' . . . 367 Braintree E. Chittington, 

Aylesford. ... 224 Brei.zet G. Cholderton, 

Badgden .... 170 Brannton In Cincenshier 

Baddow, 73, 136, 216, 276 Bray, . . . 131, 220 Clapton, . 

Badlain E. Bredport 237 Claton, . . 

Bahama, .... 279 Hrencsley, ... 270 Claybrooke, 
Ballsberr. ... A. G. Brentwood, . . . 109 C'laxton, . 

Banbury, .... 430 Bridirend 1.'>H Clement's Ii 

Bannstock, ... 323 Bridgli.-im, . . . 4.50 CliHbrd's In 

Barbadoei,17, 42, 40, 82, Bridhemson, . . . 184 Clisdon, . 

101 113,134,183,211, Bridport,48. 130, 147, 105 Cusgeshall, 

203! 302, 317,324, 341,1 Brinspiltal, ... 98 Colby, . . 



Dublin, 27,293, 422,514 

Dnflll ;^51 

Dunhead 191 

Dunstable, 290, 290, 444 

Dunstall 2f,,-. 

Durand l'*9 

Earls' Coin, . .213,411 
Easthamplon, 25.'), 
East Mersey, . . 
Eastward, 259, ^JJl,-*' 
"-'^ ' 816.370 

Eastwell «4 

Eaton Bray, ... 241 

Eekton 250 

Edinburnh, . . . 112 
Eaerton, • . . . 292 



237 I Claton, . . . 
270 Claybrooke, . 
1(19 C'laxton, . . 
1.'>H Clement's Inn, 
4.-.0 ClilTord's Inn, 
184 Clisdon, . . 



342I 349! 375! 405! 407! Bristol, 20. 55, 79, 111, Colchester, 111, 258, 428 



469, 470. 504, D. 

Barford 512 

Barliam, .... B. 
Barnstable, Barnstaple, 



138, 142, 102, 231, 200,1 

274, 275, 305, 307, 313, j Cold Norton, 

335, 308, 390, 420, 421, CoIIiton, . 



15, 148, 171, 300, 452 , Brixham 



458, 475, 480, F. Combe St. Nicholas, 17j, 



Broadway, 234, 332, 300 ] Connecticut, 1 



107 458 

300 Connecticut, 15, 131, 166. 

471 105, isl, 290,389 

93 Corfc., -: . .-' .—r-^if 

600 Odtherstock, . . . I'.l 

12 Coventry,27,59, 12.-, 131, 

113 407. B. 

273 Cowes .■>08 

254 Craubrook. 49, 151, 172. 



Barringham, . . • 439 Hromtleld, ... 471 IOj, 

Barrow 273 i Brondey 93 Cork^, -; . 

Barrow Upton, . . 39 Brongliton, . . . 600 Ootherstocli 

Barwick 237 Buckintun. ... 12 Coventry, 2 

Basing 177 Bmlleigh 113 

Barkharastead, . . C. Buers St. Mary, . 273 Cowes, . 

Batly F. Burchen Lane, . . 254 Craubrook. 

Batco'me, 10.33.350. 380, Bnrdport 105 

445 1 Bures Isle, ... 278 Crawston, 

Beaconsneld, . 248, 270 Bnrford 441 Crewkerne, 

Beanworthy, . . E. Burnley 161 Croyden, . 

Beckingshall, . . 81 Burrongh Green, . 324 j Cnlliton, . 

Bedfordshire, 223. 252 Burvil<l, [Burghflold?] | Cuniley. . 
Bcdi.al Green, . . 414 423 ( Dunes Halle 

Beleham 305 Bury 305 Darkln. . 

Bellcaw 491 Bury St. Edmunds, 23, 72, Dartnionth, 

Benccarllall, . . 98 94, 327, 418, 502 Dedliani, 1? 

Kerkhamstcad, . . 129 Calcot.^.'v.-*-.-. *".• G. lil,3:!9,4 

Bermoudsev,. . . 69 CanibnfOge, 14, 78, 1 I\»i P"!wva''';^^ 
Bermuda, 258,353,361 131/ 157, 103. 216, 221, (1)elft, . 



Beaconsneld, . 248, 270 
Beanworthy, . . E. 
Beckingshall, . . 81 
Bedfordshire, 223, 252 
Bcdiial Green, . . 414 

Beleham 305 

Bellcaw 491 

Benccar Hall, . . 98 
Kerkhamstcad, . . 129 
Bermoudsev, ... 69 
Bermuda, 258, 353, 361 
Bewers Hamlet, 351 

Bicester 441 

Biddeford, Bythefoani, 



438, 492 I 
awston, . . . 430 
ewkerne, ... 37 
oyden, .... 178 
illiton, .... 113 

inilev G. 

mes'llalle, ... 207 

irkln 82 

irtmonth, ... 89 
■dham, 1?. 33, 100. 1 12, 
171,3:!9,4I2,413,427,500 

elft, ..... ^!}l. 



105 I 

278 Crawston, 
441 Crewkerne, 
161 Croyden, . 
324 j Cnlliton, . 
?] I Cunilev, . 
423 ( Dunes'llalle, 
305 Darkln. . 



Bewers Hamlet, . 351 22^ 239, 350, 357, 389, Deptford, Dertford, 101, 

Bicester 441 SWO, 412, 417, 444, 488, 856 

Biddeford, Bvthefoani, / 490,491,494 Derby |19 

19, 87, 323 ft^anada 81 Devises, . . . 39,48 

BlUerlca. . . 808, 896 Cannons Ashby, . 430 Devon 307 

Bilsby, 491 I Canterbury, 0,20,127,165. DInder 263 

Birmingham, .350, 353 j 208,259,432,444,0. Dorchester, 76, 88, 172, 
Bishopstocke, . 24, 146 ' Cape Fear, . . 132,143 182,334,389 



England. 6, 10, 13,23, 
27, 40, 41, 4:!, 44, 41-,, 
49, 51.53,1.0, 02. l-i, 
73, 78, 80-2, 911. 93. 
98, 101, 103. lliO, 1 

109, 111, 113, nr..'] 

125, 131, 137. l:i9, 

142, MS. 108, lii;>. : 

189, 191), 193-0. '. 

200. 210, 21s, 21'.l, : 



2(;,-,, 267. 271,274, 275, 
/279, 282, •-'87. 2S8. 292. 
293-9, 3(KI,:i03,;!10. 311, 
313, 310, .•!17, 321, 3:- 
325, 321;. :(30, 33: 
839, 34.S-350, .350, ;i.'.7, 
858, 305, 371,372. :'.75, 
370, 377, .".si, 3Si;,3S8, 
392, 396, 398, 4o:!, 407, 
409, 410, 411, 4 It, 4-.>3. 
438, 442, 4.-.2. 4.".. 40O. 
409, 470. 47 4, 4;s, 4sO, 
4S2, 480, 4s:l.4:iO, 493, 
494, 497, .">oii, .-.ol, 503, 
509. 510, 517, 1). 
Epperston, . . . 334 

ErI.y 270 

Erlescolne (sec Earl's C). 

Es^ex 208 

Es>inglon, ... 500 

E^sluin Ill 

Ewill 172 

i y;eter, 38, 57, 90, I08, 
*• .'^. 154, 100, 171, 187, 



Es^ex 208 

Es>inglon, ... 500 

E^sluin Ill 

Ewill 172 

y;eter, 38, 57, 90, I08, 
'' '^•. 154. 100, 171, 187, 
'■•"•"02. 2i: I, 203, 299, 
I'?' ^ ;:lM,30s. 378, 
30/. 32Ng^, .7.J 4ai 

380. 430, ....*:....-^,^ o 
505, II. C7t- *^ 
Falmonth, . . ItW. :;-Ili-^- 
: Farniiugton, 21, 45, 285 



j*;-- >3W:/a:i^-«f: 



"^at^f^r 







— r'- 



PLACE INDEX. 




Fei.churck^ " ' " fi9 "*"^'<=''' «■ 121.^0,832. Linco n, . . . 53,79 Minge 491 

Filton./^' ■ • • 280 Ilastod C4L ncolnshlre, 64, 212. 320 Monhegan. ... 137 

Flota.< R« il^t iin ■ • -^i^lt^.^ Line House. ... 72 Monks Ely, ... 5 

lra»l,i,gl,.,n, 10«, ISO !iJ Little Mlnorfcs «S, ,„ „,„,„», . », 



Fayall, . /. .' . ' isj Harwich. 4 

FeiichurcUf; ... 62 

Filtoi^ / .... 280 Hasted. 

*i2J"'^ 68 HaveiMU, 

J-lushinji, . . 26, 50G Heddon, . 

Fordington, ... 428 Henborouj 

f"owy 356 Heron (Hi 

Frainlingham, 106, 130 

France 469 Hertford, 

l-'ieston 285 Hetcorne, 

Frisby 278 Hinderclay 

Frittciulen, . . 47. 75 Hin-;ham, 

Fiilhani Palace, . . 03 116, 117, 

Galway 222 185. 255, 

Gainscolne, . . . 21G 35; 

Geneva 469 Hobliug. 

Gildcrscomc, . 379. E. Holden, 

Gillinsliam. . . . 379 Holland, . 



C3 116,117,126.161.171. CO. 5i, o*, 00, o^ ou. H 

222 185. 255 286 313 318 68, 69, 71 . 82, 83, 89. 95; Needham. Needam, 265 

Vat 7rM li "^^ ^^^' ■"^' *l* ^^^' ^^^' "2, 115, 116, Needham Market, . 256 

V "°\""° 64 121, 122, 131, 142, 144, Nevis 373 

, E Holden . . C5 146, 148. 150. 151, 157, Newark 350 



Great Uowdcn, 



319 Hundon, 



gZ: ter 170 m 23. VnTV / ''' '"■ ]^' '''• '«<'• '"'• '^^- !«*• ^ew Buckham, -391, ils 

J^oucLster, 1*0,206.232 Hooke Norton. . . 495 170.171.174.175,176, Newbury, 16, 106. 344, 512 

^' rolrtin»ton "-'^ '-Irlln-nf^f ' • • • 1"" 178. 184, 189, 190, 193, Newcastle, 127, 128, 434. 

Goldington, ■„••'« Ho"'.'nger, ... 81 194,197.198.202.207. 486502 

Tor™ ■ M«' 99- ""'■""■p"!'- ■ -327 208. 213, 215, 216. 221, Newcastle on Tyne, 96, 

Goipana. . . 28, 22o Horrell 337 232,234,239,245,249. 158:233 415 

(rorlstone, . • ■ 403 Hoisemouden. . . 498 253,256,260,264,282, Newfoundland. 87 300 

Gravesend . 197. 316 Hoxton 367 295, 296. 298 806 309 ^«^'°"°"'*°°' «^' ^^^ 

r\'ea lowlZ' ''tio y\ '=*" 317,319.324:325:327 New Hampshire. . 150. 

Great Ijowdci , . 319 Hundon 185 328, 331. 332, 334. 338, 435 F 

Great CoKSCshall, . 390 HuntinKtou, ... 18 339. 340. 342. 344, 353, New Haven, 12 16 55 

Grea Comberton, . 451Huntwlck, ... 398 354. 356. 364 366 367 6T. 95 131 239 256 

Great Dunmow, . E. Ipswich, 144, 173, 348, 438 372,374,379,393,398 276, 289, 294 302 320 

Great Misenden, . 277 Ireland, 12. 26, 33. 115, 404,406,416,418 422 348 405 412.454:463 

^reat Ormcsbv . 342 281. 296, 411. 4G6 424. 427. 437. 438. 441 ' ' 49^ 512 

erWlLYah-jnonth, 139,283, Islington 208 443 445 448 451 457 New Jersey 109 

293.325,4iT,460,501,5I8 Jamaica, 186, 406, 433 4G0: 4Gi: 463 466 467 New LoS,-55; 76. 315! 

Great Ycklham, . Ho Kennebeck, 14, 16, 64, 86, 470,484,486,498.499 426 

Grey's Inn, . . 258 111. 117, 338, 383, 401. 500 502, 503, 604, 518,; Newport, 67, 127. 113. 

Groton, . . . 144,608 448.499 A. C. D. E. 168 284 500 

Guilford, . • • • 392 Kcnnebunk. . . . F. Long Island. 18.51.316. New Sarum. . '. .'46 

iiHnfD-nrgh,..- • ■ 43 Ivennebunkport, see Cape 350, 457, 474. 617. G. Newton Ferrers, . 297 

/Guinea, . 1^268,420 Porpoise ... 353 Long Sutton. . . 369 Newton Stacy. 446,475 

Hackney.. . . v ^f^ j J^enninghall, . . 132. E. Lowton 305 New York. . . . 308 

Haddam. . . . l\ 16 Kent. . 98. 193. 434. 498 Lydd 38 Norchurch . 131 



Great Coggcshall. . 390 Huntington 

Great Coinljerton. . 451 Huntwick, 

Great Dunmow, . E. Ipswich, 144 

Great Misenden, . 277 Ireland, 12 
Great Ormcsbv, . 342 281, 

GT*fit.Yah;nonth, 139,283, Islington. . 



Ha. .en Hall. ... 420 Kenton 362 1 Lynn, . . 

Hadley, . . 199. 2s2 Kersy 403 Machias. . 

Hadloe, . . . .811 SKikut.it j84 Maidstone, 

Hague, .... 506 Kingsdcare, . 162, I). 

Halifax, 23, 160, 313,410, Kinjisl.vnnc, ... 203 Maine, 

504 Kingston, .... 52 Malaga, 

Halstead, 238,239,343 Kings^»eave, ... 408 Maiden, Mai 

Hani, 197 Kinweston. . . . G. 

Hamnieisinith. . . 182 Kirkby, .... 450 Malford. . 

Hanipstcad. . . 18. C. Klttery, 371, 457. B. D. Manchester. 

Haiupsworth, . . 19 Koningberi;, ... 112 Mandifleld 

Haniptoii, 17. 25, 26. 57, Lancashire, ... 457 Manhatos, 

73,84,95,101,105,107, Landen, .... 201 Mapersall, 

111. 121-4, 129. 113, Lanford,149,S08,323,399 Maralsley. 



. 362 1 Lynn 13. 134 Norfolk. .... 357 

. 403 Machias 16 Northam. .... 87 

. J84 Maidstone, 31, 71. 438. Northbourn, . . 402 

162. I). 488 North Stoneham, . 146 

. 203 Maine, . 258, 376, F. Northampton, . 10. 119. 

. 52 Malaga 11 145.150.227.234,440, 

. 408 Maiden. Mauldon. 76. 230 440 



210. 335 



248 Ms^-.S*fcMf 



158, 165, 178, 179, 183, Langenith, ... cO Marfleld, . 
190, 198, 1119. 208. 22G, Langham, .... 4<ji Marlborouf 
229, 24:1, 249, 302. 321, Lanham, . . . . 340 133, 157. 
322. 324, 333, 339, 342, Lavenham, . 210, 335 

354, 357. 382, 399. 400, Lee 248 Maaff" "ftibt 

403,405,417,421,430, Leed*. ^ no Jp^"^ ^^^^^ 

441,463,473,491,C,^^^^^^^._- 305Mawlyn, . 

Hampton Court, ^G. Leighton .... • 268 Mawthorp 
Haiilurv, . . .382 Lemington Pnors. . 12 Melchitt la 

Hariston. . • 606 Leverton 494 Merrimack. 

IlarS**^ • • 2" Lewes 184 Mersey. . 

^srf^TJrTS, 20, 52, 77. Leyden. 6. 8, 16, 3' 

"84 107, 113, 125, 142, 63.67.73.90. 127.136. Middlesex. 

' 192, 207, 231, 239, 247, 178. 189, 258, 305, 321, Ml comb, . 

265 285 346, 407, 431, 366, 387, 415, 455 460 M. denhall. 



G. 389,393 Northamptonshire, 485 

450 Malford. ... 74, 513 Northumberland, . 237, 

D. Manchester, . . . 475 415 

112 Mandifleld ... 206 North Yarmouth, . 163, 

457 Manhatos. . . . 894 393 

201 Mapersall. ... F. Norwalk 289 

399 Maralsley. ... 430 Norwich, . 6, 16. 17. 25. 

60 Marfleld, .... 239 28, 83, 140, 141. 184, 

491 Marlborough, . 84, 120. 199. 280. 294. 312. 468. 

340 133. 157. 159, 320, 321, 476 



305 Mawlyn, . . • .«.-•- > ■ 

268 Mawthorp, . . .\491 Gluey, 11 

12 Melchitt Parke, . . »391 Orchyard. 

494 Merrimack. . 259. 4!!{9 Qrentum, 



343. 475 Nottingham. . 200, 489 

. 243 Nottingliamshirc, . 114. 

^ . 95 169. 489 

k. 175 Odell 78 

\491 Gluey. 117,162.178.847 

. ^391 Orchyard. .... 330 



184 Mersey. 



Ji3.7.Jl74, 480. 492, 512 



464, 493 I Milford, 



. . lies Ormsby, . . 143, 321 

ll, . 442 Ormesticke, ... 430 

. . 204 Oyster Bay, . . 18. 286 

. . 165 Oyster River. . 81, 231 

. . 345 Oxford. 26. 64, 106, 305, 

. 66, 70, 298 307. 333, 469 



Pailiam 438 

ratrhain 2IC 

I'atoxot, ... 17. IK 

robin.Tshc, ... 155 

reinai|iiiil, 108, 190. 274 

39( 



438 I Saffron WaUloii, 



316 I Stone, 



189 I WcllB, 102, 191, 324, 479, 



216 Salconilic Kcgis, 100,485 Stonlngton,!,,^. . 843 

110 Salisbury, 38,39,143, Stratford, •' i8M<»v 21fi, iVeadover, 



47l< West Indies, 
389 Wcaterley, - 



I'atoxot . . . 17.110 Salisbury, 38,39,143, Stratford, - i8?K»v 216, weadover, . 

I'obni.Tshc, ... 157 ■ 483,489 • 478 West Indies, 

Peniaiinid, 108,196.274, Sully 173 Stratford &f Row . 389 Wcaterley, . 

396 SiiiidcrsU>ad, . 2S TStrawberi^ Bank (see al- Western Hall, 

Penobscot, ... 270 Sandwich, 25,26,47,61. so. Pjirfsmouth), 26,83, Westmiustur, 6 

Penton, . 84,40,46,54, 87,109,111,122,12:, '^ 343,404 lli;, 13( 

333 151, 219, 263, 305, 337, I Sturtle 1.30 Westmoreland, 

Peiiuot 265 360, 422, 606, II. Strowde .... 159 Westwell, . . 



2SrStrawberi^ Bank (see al- Western Hall, X . 118 
;i ,,.> l>rt»rJ■...,„th^ 9C,83, Westminster, 60, 9S, 112. 
>:, ' 343,404 lli;, 136, 334, -JJi* 



491, C. 
247, 378 
. . 474 
. . 417 
\ . 118 
,0S, 112. 



333 151, 219, 263, 305, 337, I Sturtle 1.30 Westmoreland,. . 128 

Peiiuot 265 360, 422, 506, II. Strowde .... 159 Westwell, .... 441 

Philadelphia. . . 383 Sarnm. 38,80,449 Sudbury, 117,166,201, Wetenhurste. . . 600 

Plscataqua,PescaUquack Savbrook, . 231,345 206,222,291,394,504 Wethorsfleld, 9,94,97, 

etc., 14, 76, 77.91, 109, Scarborough, . . B. Surinam 72 111,112,165,171,216, 

238 246 274,280,285, Scrooby, 6,63,07,387 Sutton, .102,110,121, 277, 316, 389, 407, F. 



324, 343, 373, 408, 451, Seabrook, . . 

479, 499, D.H. Seaside, . . . 

Pitminstcr, ... 35 Seaton, . . . 

Platford 392 Segotea, Segotcn 

Plimpton, St. Mary, 424 Seinley, . . . 

I'lyniouth, 100, 112, 185, Sempringham, 

307 Sliadwcll, . . . 

Portsmouth, (see also Shasbury, . . . 

Strawljcrry Bank,) 23, Sliaston. . . 

20. 08. 353, 477, 503, G. Shelter Island, . 

Portugal 175 SherUeld, . . . 

Preston 20 Shotley, . . 

Providence, 9, 21,22, 43, Shrewsbury,. . 

66, 8H. 171, 175, 260, Shroppum, . . 

471,474,491,497,501, Sidbnry, . . . 

H. Silferton. . . . 

I'ulhani, Mary, . . Siniborough, 

I'utuani, . ". . . 06 Simstuly, . . . 

Quarapegon, ... 71 Sittingbonrne, . 

yninepiak, , . . 376 Sklrbeck, . . . 



351, 379 I 



.332, 347, 1). Weymonth, lo, 14,33,48, 



. 354 ; Sutton Mandilleld, 382 97, 128, 13 

. 477 Snlton Mansfield, . 54 182. 197, 2 

. 353 Swampscot, Swamscot, 247, 259, 2( 

. 191 181,246,272,398 292,295,3 

260, 410 Swanzey 18 369, 380, 4 

48 Swver, .... 237 

. 191 Tarling, Tcrling, .211 Wherwell, 

207. 271 212, 465,486 Whickaniin, 

. 147; Taunton 330 White Chape 

. 478 Tenterden. 24,66,231, Wilton, . 

439, 4.^.2 K ■ 278,285.454,617,1). Whitchurch, 



llleld, 382 97, 128, 138, 165, 171, 

leld, . 54 182.197,209,228,233, 

Swamscot, 247, 259, 262, 271, 272, 

!46, 272, 398 292, 295, 303, 350, 358, 

. . . 18 369, 380, 472, 495, 511, 

. . . 237 512 

ing, .211 Wherwell, ... 26 
212, 465,486 1 Whickaniin, . . . .482 

. . . 330 White Chapel, . . Bo 



yuomscookc, sec Squam- Skratley 



scot, . . 

Kagwell, . 

Uainliill, . 

Haleish, . 

Uatclifre, . 
Hattlesdcn, 

Kattliffc, . 

Uayleigh, . 



. 245 Siynibridge . 

32 Somerset, . . 

. 189 Sonierton, 

. 344 Southertownc, 
. 197 

269, 404 Sonlhampton, 



. 70, 373 Tewksbnry, . . 

. . 423 Thetford, . . . 

. . 418 Thiilingworth, . 

. . 479 : 'I'lioriibury, . . 

. . 349 Tliorsthorp, . . 
. . 209 Tidimersh, 
. . G. Timl)y, .... 

. 494, 1). Tliickleten, . . 
. . 91 Tiutnoutli Castle, 

. . 191 Titeiiden, . . . 

247,611 Titherly, . . . 

. . G. Tiverton, . . . 

201.342, Tolland. . . . 

343, 496iT.)pcraft, . . . 

6, 12, 51, ' Towcester, . 1 



117,119. 102, 172, 193, ; Town Marroling, . I8( 
204, 272, 333, 350, 402, i Toxtcth, Toxtcth Park 
430, 486 22, 3ii5, 421 



26 

. 482 

. ■ Bo 
E. 
. i(X) 
. 165 
. 298 
157, 22M 
153, 354 
. 377 
. 491 
24 
. 248 



131 White Hill, The . 165 

94 Whittlebury, . . 298 

F. Wiclcford, . 157, 228 

450 Widford, . . 153, 354 

KU; Widgethorpe, . . 377 

201 Willongbby, . . . 491 

23 Wiltshire 24 

428 Wiiiehmore IliU, . 248 

104 Windham, 286, 317, 33H 

248 Windsor, 37.80, 117, 13s, 

483 142, 144, H«,M53, 1«5, 

108 172, 184, 185, 1S7, 196 

514 20O, 221, 234, 240, 244, 

17M 247. 295, .SOI, 304, 307, 

411 318, 320, 345, 346, 356, 

180 365, 388, 407, 426, 439, 

"k. ,„, , S«>.1';.4,'509.';?!« 

421 Winfnrtl;;,,,,,, . _ 255 

443 >\i"v.,ek, . 22, 305, 4.'-.7 

358 W<V|,i,|.,, Wr,,,!,,...., Ilk,, 



Keadiling, Reading, Ked- 430, 486 22, 3ii5, 421 WinrHrti;;,„j,_ _ 255 

ding, 106, 262, 278, B. Southold, 106, 1 14, 119, I Tring 443 Win\v;,yit_ . 22, 305 4.'i7 

Uedgravc, ... 81 227, 232, 251, 405, 500 Tniro 358 W.;,,„„.„_ Wooburn, 190, 

Keydon 20 Southwark, Sonthworth, Tiiiibridgo. ... 430 ^,„: 

Kliode Island, 22, 40, 53, 08, 77, 94, 122, 126, 155, I'plon lUs'Wj;. . ¥y. Woi-klngham, . . 300 

r,'J. 85, 108, 175, 194, 216, 219, 232, 2.-.2, 315, j Tpl./n Gray. . 204, 446 Wo()lmrro\v, . . 430 

2.35, 247, 250, 340, 347, 331, 388, 406, 419, 424, | Vpton on Seavern, . 54 Wood bridge, 50, 122 267 

870,371,421,463,406, 489 1 I'pwnv 428 ;;o() 

478,479,480,481,485, Southwold, ... 518 T x bridge, . . 270, .329 Woodhnll, . . . 7« 

487,501 Sowerby, . . . •. 160 Venn Ottery, 100, .308, 4.30, Wolverhampton, . 3!ts 



r,'J. 85, 108, 175, 194, 216, 219, 232, 2.-.2, 315, : 

2.35, 247, 250, 340, 347, 331, 388, 406, 419, 424, \ 

870, 371, 421, 463, 406, 489 1 

478,479,480,481,485, Southwold, ... 518 

487, 501 Sowerby, . . . •. 160 

Uickniansworth, . 277 Spain, . . . 222, 272 

Kotherliith, ... 378 Sproughton, . . . 473 ! 

Rowley 389 Staines 4K5 

Uomsey, . 48, 150, .538, Stamford, Stanford, 18 

273, 424 348, 363, 404 

Rottcniam, 16,366.389, Stannaway, ... 115 



160 Venn Ottery, 100, .308, 4.30, Wolverhampton, 

272 I 4H6 Wolvcrstone, 

473! Virginia, 52. 73, 84, IIS, Worcester, . . 

4K5 149, I.-.0, 193, 215, 235, Word 

18 250, 275, 2«9, 295, 290, Woriiiiiigfold, . 

404 314, 325, 467. 478, iKH. Woriningluirst, . 

115 510 Wiirtwell, . . 



512 Walderswick, 



Koyston 320 Stanton 512 Walder- 

Ruddington, ... 50 Staple 161 Wales. 

Rnmsey 344 SUpleton, ... 208 Wan.rii 

Saeo, . . 353, A, F. Starford, Stanford. 115, Wappin 

St. .Vlbans, St. Albons, /-, 331 222, :' 

19, 28, 99, 103, 186, 199, Stebbin. ^-^, 

206, 320, .335. 348, 355, Stepne_ , 48, 1 10, 112,^ Ware, 

401, 400, 497, 515 170^205, 22.1. 297, 341.' ' Walfor 

St. Botolph Aldgate, 196 / 3.-.8, 4.33, G. Watton 

St. James, . . . 167 St^x.kingham, . . J). Waybre 

St. Katherinc's, , . 10 «toke Abbot, 128. 156, C. I Wavldll 



161 Wales. WeUh, IK, .-,5, V 

208 Wan.rlitI 491 

115, Wappin; 24,43,99, 121 

331 222, :"^" •'9, .384,. -187, 

-S. A. 



401, 400, 497, 515 



St. Botolph Aldgate 
St. James, . . . 
St. Katherlne's, , . 
St. Lawrence, . . 
St. Martins, . . . 



Watford, 



10 WottciM atSlon 



195, 375 ■ ' ,. 
00.1, 243 Y(*.'"'-'- 



78 Rtoke Clare. . 
42 I Stoke N'avland, 



St. Mary Whitecliapel, 24 I Stondon Massov 



434 Weihnore, 
478 i Wi'lliiigborow, 



Wri'iitjiam, 14, <;i,17.s.,l57 
Wri'iiloni, . . . 4.'i3 
Wrighlliigton. . . 430 



iM'also (Jn-al 
I. 183, I'.»2, 
177, 4.-18, 463 
. . . Km 



I, . . . 100 VrldhA'.' («•' ^'"«l' Vcl.l 
. ... 46 ham), 
e St. Mary, 27x York, a(i5**y9.32I.372,I>. 
\. Yorkshire, 326r" " 



.■<rY: -^> *.!>'-• 



-^MASSACHUSETTS. 



iv^nl^iKrntftVit^nimiiifmiFiw^i I 



Period, and those wlioee fathers in England were so designated officially. 

J'robably there were many others of whom tlie writer has not found evidence. 



Allen, Edward, ' 

Thoma.-!, 
Applctoii, Samuel, 
Atwooil, John, 
ijarncs, John, 
Beoshet'cli, Thomas, 
Bclliri^hnm, KiclianI, 
William, 
S .'■^a:^^Yilliain, ^ 
''^ Bowen, GnffithT "^ 
Bowman, Nalhanlel, 
Bradsti'oet, Simon, 
Brampton, William, 
Brcnton, William, 
Briglit, Thomas, 
Brown, .Tohn, 

William, 
William, 
■>.,^}rownlng, Malachi, 
inrHrfey,^Pcter, 
Chester, Leonard, 
Child, Kol)en, 
Coddin-jton, William, 

Collins, Kd^VMH^ 
^r Combe, John, > 

CooV, George, '<. 

Joseph, 
Samuel, 
Cndworth James, 
Curtis, Henry, 
Cntting, John, 
Darby, John, 

Uiehard, 
Day, Wcntworth. 
Doughty, Francis. 
Dow, Francis, 
Downing, Kmanncl, 
;, Dudley, TlK.mas, 

Dummer, llichard, 
Stephen, 
Tliomas, 
Eaton, Nathaniel, 
Epps, Daniel, 



Fauufc, John, 
Falconer, Edmond, 
Fenwick, George, 
Fogg, Ralph, 
Fordham, Bobert. 
^Fowle, Thomas, 
Freen)an, Samuel, 
Gardiner, Christopher, 
Gerrish, William, 
Glover, John, 
Graves, 1*horiias, — » ^ 

Greenleaf, Stephen, 

Haines, John, 

Hall, Samuel, 

Harlakendcn, Richard, 
Roger, 

Harrison, John, 

Hatherley, Timothy, 

Hedge, William, 

Hibbens, William, 

Holnian, John, 

Hopkins, Stephen, 

Hough, Athertiin, 

Howell, Edward, 

Hull, Edinniul, 

Humphrey, John, 

Jackson, Edward, 

Jefrrey,..AVilliam, 
'*^.?nlinson, ArbelV^ 
Francis, V 

Isaac, \ 

Kcayne, Mrs. Benjamin, , 
King. Daniel, 
Leader, Richard, 
Lechford, Thomas, 
Ludlow, George, 
Roixer. 
Makepeace, Thomas, 
Manstleld, Jolm, 
Mayhew, \. Vlicw, Thomas, 
siUche' ■ •''°*Vward, 
. Mr • ■"'^'^>''/V, ^^ 



Morton, Thomas, 



Nelson, Thomas, 
Newberry, Thomas, .1- 

Oddingsell, Thomas, ' 

Offley, David, 
Paine, Moses, 
Patten, Nathaniel, 
Pelham, Herl)ert, 
Perkins, William. 
Plaistow, Jozias, 
Poole, Elizabeth, 

William, 
Potter, Vincent, 
Prcncc, Thomas, 
Purchase, Oliver, 

Thomas, 
Pynchon, William, 
Rawson, Edward, 
Robinson, Thomas, 
Rossiter, Bray, 
Saltonstail, Richard, 
Sewall, Henry, 
Shove, George, 
Simpkins, Nieliolas, 
Smith, John, 
Snelling, William. 
Spencer, .lohn. 
Strange, George, 
Strattou, Jolm, 
Symonds, Samuel, 
Thornkikc John, 
Throckmorton, George, 

John. 
Underwood, Thomas, 
Vane, Henry, 
Vassal, William. 
Walker, Richard, 
Whiting, Sanmi'l. 

Eli/.ab(rth (St. John). 

Wliittinglon, John, 
Wilson. Joliu, 
■f^^ Elizal)eth, (Mansfield) 



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heretofore made. I give devise and beqac;ith unto my dearly beloved wife Christian 
Hamilton, John Foide of the city of Dubrtn, James Forde of the town of Duudalk 
Esq., and to the survivor and survivors of them, and to the heirs of such survivor, 
all my real and person"! csti\i;e of what nature and kind soever which I shall die 
possessed of or entitled unto, to hold unto them my said trustees upon the special 
trusts and confidence hereinafter mentioned and none other. I order and appoint 
that my said trustees shall as soon r.fter my death as can be done conveniently and 
with prudence and advantage to my wife and children sell and convert into ready 
money all my real estate with such part of my chattels as my wife may not have 
occasion for, and that the moneys arising from the sale thereof after paying all my 
just debts and most moderate funeral expenses shall be by my said trustees lent out 
at legal interest on the best security or securetys that can be had for the same aad 
that interest thereof shall yearly and every year be paid to my wife during her life 
for her support and the support of such of my cliildrc.i as may not be in a way of 
supporting themselves at the discretion ot my said wife a^d with a full pcwer to my 
said wife to dispose of the principal or any part thereof auring her life or by her 
will among my children as she shall think their wants or ^n^rits may require, 
reposing th" firmest confidence in her goodness sence and prudence as she has ever 
been to mc the best of wives and to our children the bestt)-f mothers. In witness 
whereof and every pan- thereof I have hereunto affy;ga my hand and seal, the whole 
being in my own handwriting^,this. SS'" day of March in the year of our Lord one 
thousand seven hundred and eighty-six. 

Nicholas Hamilton. (L.S.) 

Signed published and declared to be the' last will and testament of the Rev" 
Nicholas Hamilton in the presence of us who have witnessed tli^ same in his 
presence and in the presence of each other.— Will. Chapman, Wili^! Hull, Will. 
Brown. \ 



14 July 1787.— Administration* with the wiif annexeu of Rev* Nicholas 
Hamilton, Vicar of Donaghadee, co. Down, granted to Christian Hamilton, his 
widow and principal legatee. 

7 Jlay 1810.— Will* of. C'uri?^vin Hamilton of Donaghadee, co. Down, widow. 
Mentions her daughter Ann 5^ Minn otherwise Hamilton, sons John, James, 
Francis, and Charles, her great-grandson William Charles Cranston, and Charlotte 
Cranston and Anna Christian Cranston his sisters. Probate to William Cranston, 
Attorney, 1st Feb. 1823. Assets under £910. 

* Public Record Office, Dublin. 



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